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baltimore city police on september 21.the medical examiner ays he suffered bboken ribs... a ruptured spleenn.. and a head injury. caught anderson in a drug deal &pand thatthe choked on drugs.. &pbbt the autopsy report ruled thattout.witnesses... including ndeeson's mother... say officers beet the 46-yearrold man to ddath ong east biidle street and montford avenue. (mr. gordon/atty) ""and thhre was o ouuce of shamm or contrition in the eyes, thoughts, minds or hearts of these officers who engaged in ttis savage attack."(ms. harvey) "we don't have a problem with the baltimore city police deparrment. we have aaproblem with officers thht thake their job.. think they above the law." law."the officerr involved haae been placed oo adminiitrative duuies while the investigationnconninues. ultimately, prosecutors will decide whether charges will bb filed.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. policc are lookinggfor an esccped inmate, this morning. we're told the man escaped around 7 o 'clock tuesday night... from the northeast district police station... near morgan state universityy tte
to be zero tolerance for abuse, we the community and the pplice to e respectful." respectful."the city police investigating. a group of volunteers cleaninn up a city parkkdiscover the pounty woman. was reported missing on september 20th.we spoke with her family last week during her.they said she suffered frrm demmntia and wwlked away prom an assssted living facility in wooddawn..er body was founddsaturday n eakinn pprk.familyymembers say she died from hypothermia. a rare meningitis outbreak sickens 26 people in fiie ssates.. iicluding riiht here in maryland. maryland.so far four people have dded, including one cases are expected ii the coming days.the cases are being linked to injections for back pain at a teenessee medical center.. which has ssnce closed.health officials pontagious... but they say more than 7- hundred eople could be affected. inspections at baltimore display for anyone to see. - grades.the information would 3 also go on display at the &prestaurants.according to the baltimmre ssn, al members of on as sponsors f the bill. rrppesentatives of the state's restaurant
's not a city in america hat lovee their team more than thissone... tte we put them through some tough . times. today is a travellday, so fans can catch their breath for 24 hours.... gaae 3 is scheduled foo 7:00, wednesday night in new york. the series now shifts to the bronx, wheee the teams will play game 3 on not done talking about this - game yet. joel d. smith is live at more details about the game, including one yankee who set a pecord no oneewants! 3 3- 3 3 3 3 a-rod stat .. playoffs striking out. 3 was sked if he considerrd er - saying or doing anything different with johnson because he had a tough night in the 4348 no, would have got the jj look if i did. ... i woulln't insult him like 3that. that. joel d. smith, fox 45 morning news. 3 3 marriage is heating up just a few weeks before voters head to the polls. polls.brendon ayanbadajo: "gay and lesbian couples wwnna marry for the same reasons as we allldo." do."last month... baltimore raven's layer brendoo ayanbadajo came out in support oo maryland's queetion p...and lasttnight, he and governor o'malley attenned a fundrai
...a judge's decision could take police off the street in sooe of the city's moss dangerous neighborhoods.all of it... over paperwork.megan giililandd is liveefrom ciiy police headquartersswith more on the controversial change in policy. pood morning uys,many &pofficers don'' want to talk pbout it out of fear...the concern is possible retributiin by some judges. pudges.itts all over the use of electroniccsignatures on pharging documents.fox 45's investigative teaa obtained this letter that bans the practice. it was written by district court chief judge ben clyburn last month... stating that an ink-on-paper signature is required.but some officers &ppn the city say a written signature amounts to more time off the street doinn paperwork. 15:18:24 the issue is do the sign their own statements their own reports of probable caase aad the answer i would say is yes in he past... charging ttansmittedd lecttonically. an approach strongly supported by the baltimore city ssatees attorney's office. no word on what prompted this fox45 morning news.lliland, - the numbers from the deadly meningitis o
claam a 9-to-6 victory on thh road... in city.at first... the ravens group of kansas city chieff... who eeentually helpee out the ravensswith four turnovers... three of which led to scores, and 8 penalties...it's a good thing too... because thee pavens pent a lot of time strugglinn on both sides of the football... and according to the quarterback... you haae to give them a lot of credit, flacco soteir struggles. sot the next game is sunday... against the cowboys. the pope's butler will spend 18 monnhs in an italian prison...after being convicted of stealing and leakkng confidential church documents. documents.paolo gabriele waa convicted in a vactican city court over the weekend.he told &pthe courts, he wanted to expose corruption and gave the papers to an italian journalist... who then used them to write a bbsttselling bookkgabriele says he doesn'' feel like a thief... becauue the church and his leader.e for- israeli military experts are examiningg he remains of a mysterious drone... shot down after entering israeli airspace.it's believed hh unmanned vessel didn't takk &plebanon.is
any leads. &pa baltimore city studentt.. &paccused of stabbing a &pplassmate... is held without . bail.accordinggto a judgee.. 17-year-old darreel johns would pose a risk to public safety if he were released... even though the teen has never been in trouble. johhs' mother says the decision came as a shock. thht the judge didn't llok and listen to the fact that my son was jjst acting n self deffnse he feared for his ife. life.johns s accused of stabbing a sttdent at heritage high earrler this week. johns was being bullied.but the ictim's ffmily denies that claim. the fight to end domesic violence in maryland gets a major boost from a company several non-profitsswere given a 50-thousand dollar thursday. it was an emotional morningg as survivors hared their stories of abuse and the laces they tuuned for hell. congressman elijah toward criticaa resources that could help save lives "but also i thank you, for creating a bridge, oh god, for creating a bridge. a bridge that so god, for creating a creating a bridge, oh god, for creating a bridge. a bridge that so that somebody who is per
3 coming up... the rrvens battle it oot with the chiefs in kansas city. allowed them to improve their reeord to 4 and one. 3 3&absences... that really add u. the new plan baltimore school officials have put in place... to make sure kids go to class. ((break 2))kw@ 3 a lot has been said aaout the state of american education. but, teachers can't teach kids pho aren't in class.baltiiore has a nnw plan in the fight against chronic absences. athenn jooes shows us what's being done ... and some eeamples of how it's working. --reporter pkg-as follows --(nats)baltimore teen jerrod williams has come a long way.in seventh grade, he missed thirty-thrre days f drrpping out."there'd be days i'd jjst stayyhome, playythe game, eat, sleep, and that's about it, watch tv."williams &pstruggled to get passing grades at a chool where he didn't feellthe eachers cared. that's where karen webber ndour came in.she handles attendance initiatiies for the city's school district. "i saw him on the first day of school and one of the teachers who knew him said 'this boo ann days and days,' and we appro
city high school. school.it happened just before 11 a-m at heritage high school... which is part of the school wws teeporarily under t lockdown. ptudent (no namm giien): "on the speaker, they were saying it's a ''ooe blue'. somebody that wasn'ttsupposed to be in so, thee made everybody stay everybodyywas saying somebody got stabbed." schools spokesserson ssys the altercatton bbtween two students. 3an owingssmills man in-charge is accused of sexually abusing bbys.baltimmre county police say a 14-year-old from &phalethorpe contacted them las week about anthony cootle.the boy claimed that cottte aaussd him while living with hii family.he also accusee cottle of abusing one of his friendd. these pictures werr taken inn lansdowne whhre cottle served aa a vollnteer firefighter.he was also unning a junior fire-fighter rogram for children between the ages of nine and 155 15.the baltimore county fire department ann the ansdowne pire department have both suspended cottle.police &pbeeieve therr may be more victims and ask anyone with information to call them. continuing to help 22 fammli
in the city and theeother at a bus stop at ingleside and edmonnon avenues.those two another, similar incident. 14:4:06 during ur innestigation we were able to connect one suspect from yesterddy's assault to an assault on september aa the & ame bus stop :12 :12last night, police &&pidenti kidnappings..hey are kenyon wallee and william campbell. both are from baltimore. a 17-year-old student is facing charges in connection with a stabbing monday inside johns is charggd s an adult with attempted fiisttand second degree murder...afftr allegedly stabbing annther hearing is set for october 30th anne arundel county aaimal cootrol seizes dozenn of what thhy're callinn na &pdeplorable conditions. conditions.animal control says 21 year old shane taylor kept more than 0 animals.. including tto dogs.. turtles.. birds.. snakes and a potbelly pig... inside his home.they taylor by providing wiih th - the animals after findinggthem wiihout food or wwter.but they say he didn't follow their instructions.. so the animall had to be ssized.now the owner says they have heewrong soon assthey are ready for ad
.i'm meganngilliland, foo45 early edition. we're learning more this morning aboot three baltimore city police officer... involved in the death of a man in their custody. custody.the officers have been identified as todd strohman, gregggboyd, and michaee vodaric. vodarick.the officers said that they caught anderson in a drug deal on seppember 21st... but witnesses claimed he was beaaen byypolice.thh results of an autopsy released earlier this week showed hat anderson died of blunttforce trauma... and whill strohman is a while oo duty in 2010...the ce - attorney representing the aaderson's claims he has court documents that prove offiiers &pboyd and vodarick were sued i the past for alleged misconduct: &p"this is a testament, when yo allow bad police officers on force, they shouud haae beenn accountable for tteir wrongful ctions by the baltimorr cityypolice depaatmen" deeartment" "this is a situation we've never experiinced before commissioner batts met wwth thh family and officers &pinvolved, " ""he officers have not been charged with any wronndoing. independent investigaiton... then, the ssates' at
... for stabbing insideea baltimore city hiih school. school. it happened monnay... at heriiage high in the lake clifton complex. police arrested a 17-year-old darrell pohns... who's now facing several charges... including attempted first deggee murder. following the teen's bail review wednesday... johns' attorney told crime and justice reeootee joy lepola that his client is the real victim. 8:46:399it appears that theee are two vastly different stories here the state has made a claim of attempted where as sseaking with my grre client and his motter :50 it seems to be a case of self defense and bullying where the syytem failed my client :52 based onnthat argument... johns' attorney has been given an additional 24 hours to to support his bullying esses - the company that owns "hollywood casino" at charlestown races in westt bb governor o'mallly... for ccmmercials that ppose maryland.penn national gaaing .- is pending millions of dollars trying to defeat "question 7"... which would and allow another casino at - the national harbor in prince george's county.but the governor says the ads sugggs
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